Liverpool boss determined to bounce back from Everton defeat

The Reds lost 2-0 to their Merseyside rivals, following goals from Tim Cahill and Mikel Arteta.

He told Sky Sports: “I don’t think it is a crisis, I thought the way we played today was not the level of a team in the bottom three.

“On the other hand it is six points from eight games and that is a very poor return.

“We need to start winning to climb the table and until we do the word ‘crisis’ will continue to be bandied around.”

He added: “We fell behind to a deflected block which fell kindly for Cahill so

“I thought at half-time we were a bit unlucky to be a goal down because we had got back into the game well.

“In the second half we did everything the team could possibly do, we played well, created chances, we limited them to very few and put them on the back foot.”